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Blush Brush

Could I have some recommendations for a good blush brush?

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Real Techniques blush brush is amazing! So fluffy and light.  I love it! And its really affordable too.

 

Real Techniques Blush brush

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Another vote for Real Techniques blush brush!  Definitely fluffly and super super soft!

 

I also like the Sephora Pro Domed Blush Brush, same shape as Real Techniques but a bit denser with plushy natural hairs:

 

http://www.sephora.com/pro-precision-powder-brush-59-P313006?skuId=1419340

 

I'm a blush blender so I like the two above.  For more precision in application, I sometimes use my Sephora Pro Angled Blush Brush:

 

http://www.sephora.com/pro-angled-blush-brush-49-P313016?skuId=1419449

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I also love the real techniques blush brush.  Soft fluffy delightful.

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I have the RT blush brush and it works great. I also have an angled brushes from Sigma and MAC I use also. All 3 are good.

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I love my RT blush brush.  It was part of a set I bought for travel, but it quickly made its way into my everyday brush collection. 

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I recently got the Bobbi Brown blush brush after debating back and forth for a long time, it is beyond worth it, I love it! I also like the Sephora Pro angles blush brush 49 and MAC 168.

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You can add me to everyone below talking about the Real Techniques blush brush. It's light and fluffy and doesn't apply too much product.

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That looks like a great brush!

 

If you tend to be heavy handed with blush (I am!) try one with a longer handle- these help you get a lighter and more precision application on the face.  I love Bobbi Brown for those:

 

Blush Brush

http://www.sephora.com/blush-brush-P270574?skuId=1291269

 

Another great one I like is the Sephora Collection Angled Blush brush. It's slightly easier to use for contouring and defining on the complexion:

 

Classic Must Have Angled Blush Brush #50

http://www.sephora.com/classic-must-have-angled-blush-brush-50-P379530?skuId=1504364

 

Luv&Lipgloss, Diana
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I 2nd the bobbi brown blush brush. If you like it fluffier it will spread out, or i like to keep the protective cover on it once it starts fluffing outBobbi Brown Blush Brush review opinion.jpg

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Count me in as another lover of the RT Blush Brush! So soft and applies blush evenly and does a great job blending.

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Ecotoolsminibrush-set.jpgimages.jpgECO TOOLS!!! I love love love this line of brushes.

1. They are so great to use with liquid, cream, and powder makeup. Blending and applying is effortless!

2. The feel so soft on my skin and don't irritate my face. There is no bristle fallout, unless I yank the bristles off myself, they are staying put.

3. The design is cute, the price is great, and they are easily accessible at; Ulta, Target, and drugstores.

4. Guilt free shopping, you know what you are getting is kind to the environment. 

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i really like the MAC 116 brush!!!

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Here's a helpful thread that can cover styles of brushes for blush, it can help you narrow your search down depending on how you want product applied and then sort through brands that way!

 

http://community.sephora.com/t5/Face/cheek-brush/m-p/773775#M9357

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I agree with the RT blush brush that all the BTers have mentioned, in addition to their multi-task brush Smiley Happy. Another brush that you might like is the It Cosmetics blush brush...

 

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Bobbi Brown is the absolute best! It's very pricey at $50 I think, but it will last you forever and is a really good investment.

 

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